6.40 Income Distribution
7.30 Memory and Forgetting
Story: What a Busy Day! by SUSAN EAMES Presenters:
SAM WYSE, BRIAN CANT
The Double Diamond World Golf Classic
HARRY CARPENTER reports on the first day's play.
5.0 Planning for Disaster
5.25 Nurture Groups
5.50 Private Investment and the Third World
6.15 City of Coventry
6.40 San Francisco Railway (1)
7.5 Handicapped in the Community
A series of six programmes
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg , with comments by Stanley Ellis , one of Britain's leading dialect experts.
3: Words not in Webster's or Walker's
The speech of Northumbria is still the speech of Shakespeare's Hot-spur. Of all English dialects, Northumbrian has proved most resistant to change. Between Tyne and Tweed there are pockets of language which still call for a translation.
Producers JOHN MAPPLEBECK. JOY IIATWOOD Editor BILL MOBTON
A series of outstanding and memorable programmes to mark 40 years of BBCtv
The Fallacies of Hope
A personal view by Kenneth Clark In this, the 12th programme of the award-winning series, KENNETH CLARK traces the progressive disillusionment of the artists of the Romantic Movement through the music of Beethoven, the poetry of Byron, the paintings of GSricault, Turner and Delacroix, and the sculpture of Rodin.
'Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive' wrote Wordsworth of the early days of the French Revolution, but the storming of the Bastille led, not to freedom, but to the Terror, the dictatorship of Napoleon and the dreary bureaucracies of the 19th century.
Stills photography director ANN TURNER Director MICHAEL GILL
Producers MICHAEL GILL , PETER MONTAGNON . Civilisation by Kenneth Clark , £6.50 hardback, f4.00 paperback, from bookshops and at 9.0
Festival 40: Lifeline
Reality and the Unconscious
In this programme, David Stafford -Clark, consultant psychiatrist, and Stephen Black , a doctor engaged on research into the physiology of hypnosis, examine the use of hypnosis to explore the influence of the unconscious mind on our experience of the ordinary world. A woman met and talked in the studio to people who existed only in her mind. How valid were her experiences? To what extent did they correspond to the workings of our own minds in everyday life?
Producer HUGH BURNETT
A show recorded last summer celebrating Chris's 21st year as a band leader.
Chris Barber (trombone)' Pat Halcox (trumpet)
John Crocker (saxophone)
Johnny McCallum (guitar/banjo) John Slaughter (guitar) Jackie Flavelle (bass)
Graham Burbridge (drums)
Lighting BILL BILLAR Sound LEN SHORET
Designer STEPHAN PACZAI
Producer JOHNNIE STEWART
The third of seven programmes The Appeal
In a summer when the immigration row has simmered in Parliament, and erupted in Southall, Inside Story concentrates on one very typical, human tale of an immigrant named MOHAMMED AKRAM. Mohammed Akram , a British citizen born in Pakistan, faces a tribunal which will decide simply whether the woman he says is his wife is his wife, and whether the baby he says is his daughter, is his daughter. On the outcome depends his whole happiness.
The tribunal has been set up under one of the Immigration Acts designed to halt the flow of immigrants to these islands, and Mohammed Akram is one digit in the hotly-disputed immigration statistics, behind which lurk adjudications that would have taxed Solomon in all his wisdom, and behind which lie an unheard catalogue of anguish and despair.
Producer ROGER MILLS
Director REX BLOOMSTEIN
Presented by Richard Whitmore Weather
The Double Diaviond World Golf Classic
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of the first day's play
PATRICIA PERRY reads
Horses by DOROTHY WELLESLEY